Packer 3 - VN 3rd Shift
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We’re a company that genuinely cares about our people, our products, our consumers and the environment.
Our unique, informal culture champions courage, determination and collaboration. Knowing we have an open and supportive team means each of us has the freedom to take responsibility and ownership. We have a shared passion to work hard, innovate and push boundaries.
United by the belief that when we strive for growth, anything is possible. While we might not be the largest company in our industry, we believe we can have the biggest impact because: Together We Have the Power to Win.
Under general supervision, this position maintains all packaging production documentation, leads labor, adheres to safety procedures, and escalates all quality concerns for bottling/packaging process orders. This position must receive training according to the applicable work instructions prior performing specific tasks. Only Department Trainers or other department personnel that have completed the necessary specific “Train the Trainer” training may conduct training.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBLITIES:
Following Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), company policies, safety policies and practices, quality standards and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP).
Wearing proper GMP and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) attire for all tasks including: shoe covers, gowns, hair restraint(s), gloves, masks, sleeve covers, hearing protection, safety glasses, etc.
Ensuring proper clean room attire is worn in the clean room.
Understanding and adhering to Lock Out/Tag Out procedures.
Ensuring all Packer 1, Packer 2 and self-performed tasks are performed according to SOPs, GMPs, safety procedures, and other applicable regulations.
Assisting in equipment set up as needed.
Coordinating activities to ensure minimal set up or downtime in the production lines between process orders.
Verifying all incoming materials and equipment prior to starting the process order.
Reviewing and verifying schedule sequence and priorities.
Elevating any conflicts in the production schedule, performance, and quality issues to the Shift Supervisor and Production Coordinator.
Completing and distributing appropriate documentation pertaining to process orders and Master Manufacturing Records (MMRs).
Instructing the assigned production line personnel to start the job and assigning additional personnel if necessary.
Performing frequent checks on the line to inspect accuracy, quality, and performance.
Requesting additional materials by filling out proper request form(s).
Ensuring that all in-process monitoring and transactions are documented accurately and timely.
Checking the Equipment Use logbooks to verify proper and adequate documentation.
Performing any and all Packer 1 or Packer 2 duties and responsibilities when needed.
Performs other related duties as required.
MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS:
High school diploma, GED and/or equivalent combination of experience and education that could likely provide the required knowledge and abilities needed to perform the job. Some experience using computers is required.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
Knowledge of finished goods release procedures.
Knowledge of all department SOPs and ability to enforce them.
Knowledge of Work Order completion procedures, including identification, inventory, and return of unused materials.
Knowledge of SAP/WMS or other inventory control database systems.
Ability to sort, count, and verify product quantities.
Ability to complete paperwork accurately.
Ability to read and carry out oral and written instructions in English.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others.
Ability to analyze and solve problems.
Ability to receive, track, and distribute materials, supplies, and equipment.
Ability to detect problems or flawed products and report information to appropriate personnel.
Ability to maintain quality, safety, and/or infraction control standards.
Ability to maintain punctuality and predictable attendance.
Annual Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP)
Annual Safety Training
Battery Acid –MSDS
Code of Conduct
Role specific training as indicated in the plant Training Tracker and/or Safety Matrix
Sexual Harassment Avoidance
Vitamin D3 in Corn Oil – MSDS
Must wear appropriate personal protective equipment and clean room attire.
Moderate physical activity, requires standing and/or walking for more than four (4) hours per day and up to twelve (12) hours per shift.
Must be able to lift and carry items weighing 50 pounds.
Must be able to perform work onsite and be comfortable in a light industrial environment, including some exposure to non-toxic dust.
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